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T'ii'ff T"f "" WJfjtnf if ir t itttitit1'1 NEWS ITEMS Count Greppi, Italian Minister Chili, is dead. President Kruegcr's son died ii captive in British hatuls at Pretoria. A mission at Piang Tong was burned by Chinese rebels. The Scranton Railroad Company is tied up by a strike" of 6oo employes. Ellen Turner was mortally wound-eby unknown persons hi Bell county. The British lost heavily in an fight with the Boers on the border of Zululaud. Assassin Czolgosz has not yet expressed a desire for the attendance of a spiritual adviser. The coal miners' strike hi the Jellico district has practically been sdttled on a compromise basis. Near Callaway, in Bell .county, Jostah Eley was killed and Jobe Gay perhups fatally wounded, in a lo d all-day fig"hr. number, of school children in the city of Nashville, is io,Sioau increase of 445 over last yeay. Harvey Bayless committed suicide on the grave of his mother, at Fort Wayni, Ind., by taking poison. Three bundled and fifty telephone linemen and line repairers were on a strike at Chicago lor higher wages. Near Hobart, Ind., Frederick Hartman, an aged man, beat his, wife fatally and then committed -, suicide. The next Congress will be called upon to change the name of the Philippine Islands to McKinley The total Friday night last. his trail boat out into the mighty, was here Tuesday, looking after fix the penalty Methodist church. South, which Ida Reynolds visited rela-- j majestic ocean currents of troubled his land interest. Mrs. has been in session at Bowling COVlv tives near here, this week, while wateis. Guess who? Green adjourned Sunday uigliU Mrs. C. A. Kelton, of Sherman, lur husband was attending busi 'pulling ' aim'" making No changes "weremade in Louis Fodder POLITICS and POLITICIAN" fl(yy.f"is visiting Mr. andUIrs. M7C: . ness'iu Louisville. , sorghum molasses is the order of ville pulpits. Kelton, this week. Misses Sallie Ptt.cell and Mollie A large crowd assembled at tile Gerome Jordan, who has been the day. John Warren, of Logana, Boyle county republicans have Brown, two elegant ladies of Brod-heais visiting relatives, at this place. Christian church Sunday night to in the field a ticket, for the very sick for some time, was able attended services here the put Carter Childress continues very hear the Rev. A. E. Ewers preach, Islauds. t6 get out in town, last Sunday. various county offices. part of last week. latter very low with fever; Elder J. L. who took his text, Math. 17-- 5: Quiet prevails in Hopkins counMr. Jessee Dykes has Mr. M. L. Senator Deboe is in vVashiugton Mr. Joe Thompsou, better known Sun- "Hear ye Him." Miss Grace ty, but it is probable that the sol- as "crook", has gone to seek his pushing the claim of Sapp for Col- Kelton clerking, while he is on the Davis will preach at Buckeye, day next. Charles Riddle is on the Marshall sang as a solo, "Holy diers wiil remain on guard duty for fortune in the fields of Ohio. We lector, and urging the President to outside rushing the boys in the sick list this week. Squire Bryant Spirit Tender," accompanied on some time. retain him. bushes. bid him '"God's speed". was up from Pittsburg last week, the organ by her sister, Miss FlorThe Phoenix Brewery was bought Mrs. W. D. Kelton returned to visiting relatives. Mrs. G. A. Grant Roberts, now employed Mr. McKinley Bethurum will, ence Marshall. syndicate of second mortgage in by a the near future, move near Mt. in Washington, is slated to suc- her home in Anniston, Ala , last Proctor, who has been very low bondholders for $200,000 at an as- Vernon, and Mr. Pat Hunt, Sr., ceed S. B. Holmes as postmaster at Tuesday, after a very pleasant with fever, is improving. Charley PROGRAMME ROCKCASTLE ' signee's sale. visit here with relatives. will cultivate his place another Frankfort. Abney, of Climax, was visiting re- S. S. CONVENTION COLE. H. Harriman has been elected year. LEGE CHAPEL, MT. BRODHEAD latives here this week. James W. Seymour, was nomi president of the Southern Pacific VERNON, OCT. Winkler, one of our nated by the Newjersey democrats j Mr. John 0 5, 1901. Railroad, to succeed Charles M. most orominent citizens, is yet un- for Governor, Franklin Murphy is is visiting iti Miss Helen Faris Ex9 O'clock, a. m Devotional Hayes, lesigued. able to be about, but we hope he the republican nominee. Jellico Rev. Ewers. ercises, Mrs. B F. Sowdcr is seriously William R. Steele, a prominent is convalesing and will soon have C. H. Frith went to see his best This week has been the time for 9:30 Address of Welcome, L. W. ill at this writing. citizen of Princeton, Ind., was recovered. Bethurum. registration in the cities, which in girl, Sunday. ' Fodder saving and grinding are Response, James Cook of Somerset. crushed to death by a falling monuThe pretty and entertaining lit-- 1 some places has been rather lively, Perkins returned Mr. Rosco fthe formost work. ment at his wife's grave. Worker's Con tie belle of Crab Orchard, Miss especially so, in Lexington. 9:45 Sunday-schohome Monday. Mis K. P. .Norton has a severe ference, Rev J. C. Carmical. Rixey left Canton Tuesday Ethel Bastin, who for the past Dr. By agreement between the four, Born, to the wife of Mr. Ed attack of rheumatism. Followed by Rice, Holtzclaw for an indefinite stay in Washing week has been visiting her many democratic Senatorial candidates, Sprawls, a fine girl. and Ballon. Born, to the wife of J. L. Norton. He says Mrs. McKinley is as friends, returned home Saturday the six other debates, as had been Rev. A. J . Pike is still at Gilead 10:15 The Model Sunday-school- ,' well as she was a year ago. ton, on the 26th, a girl. last. arranged, have been declared off. Rev. J. A. Burgess, Berea. holding a series of meetings. ' The Interior' Department is The family of G. S. .Livesay 10:00 - Primary Teaching in Mr. Shubert, one of our best The Cook county Democratic B. Nawland is visiting were visitingat R. L. Bray's, Sun-- I rapidly completing plaus for the citizens, started Monday night last Marching Club, of Chicago, 300' Mrs. E. school, Mesdanies. Ewers, is Garrard, this week. day last. opening of the Fort Hall, Idaho. for his new home in Ohio, via Cin- strong, is coming to Louisville to relatives Blazer, and Mi.--s Mitchell. A crowd of young folks attended Indian reservation to settlement. NOON Adjournment. cinnati. We are always sorry to spend a few days cheering for M. C. Sowder is visiting his church at Maretburg, Sunday night daughter, Several persons were injured in give up such good citizens as was Grainger for Mayor. Mrs. Geo. Davidson, of 1:30 Song and Devotional Exercises, Rev. T. D. Mullins. Mr. Job Yonce's youngest child Spain in a fight between police and he, but we feel safe in saying, that Prof. Booker T. Washington was died Monday morning, of scarlet Somerset Report of County S. S- Offi1:45 crowds who were celebrating the our loss will be Ohio's gain. a guest of President Roosevelt at fever. cers. . A Fiundish Attack. anniversary of the revolution of A series of meetings begun at the White House Sunday evening, ' Miss Ethel Parker gave a social An attack wa lately made.ou C. 2:00 Five Minutes Talk by Five 1868. his place Wednesday night last, with 'whom he discussed the race Business Men, W. J. Sparks, Fridcy night. All reported an ex- F. Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that inupon the arrival of Bro. Combs. question in the South. Rear Admiral Evans was the Jacob Sambrook, G. M, nearly proved futa'. It came n cellent time. James Cook and W. W. teresting witness before the Schley "The voice of the wilderness" The Democrats of the 4th. Magisthrough his kidneys. His back C. C. Cable, one of Brodhead's and the "Boanerger" is so He tpld the court of inquiry. terial district, including Brodhead brightest young men, will leave got so lame he could not stoop 2:30 Address, Rev. David Harts-fielwhole story of the Santiago cam- elucidating the plan of salvatjon, and Brown's, will bold a convenSubject: Moral Influence without great pain, nor sit in a this week for Casey county. that there is great seed being sowu paign. of S. S. Work. tion on Saturday October 12, for by cushions. chair except propped thereby expected. C. H. Frith says if you waut anyrWilliuin McKiuley's will was ad- and much good the purpose of nominating candiOo remedy helped him until he tri- 3:30 Report of Convention. 4:00 The farmers of this immediate dates for the office of Magistrate thing in dry goods, notions, shoes ed Eleotric Bitters which effected adjournment. mitted to probate and Judge Day and general merchandise, he will and Secretary Cortelyou were ap- section, and of the one interven- aud Constable. such a wonderful change that he Tot Causet Night Alakm. guarantee to save you money. Call pointee1 administrators under $100,-00- 0 ing heie and Brodhead, have taken writes he .feels like a new man. Croker, the Taminauy Richard "One night my brother's baby iu and see him. a forward step with the expectabond This marvelous medicine cures Hall leader, has decided, in order was taken with Croup," wiites Mrs. tion of constructing a bridge, over Nonunion miners employed by What's Your Face Worth? backache and kidney trouble, puri J. C. Snider, of Crittenden, avoid to keep their ticket, before the the Empire mines in Christian Negro creek and thereby cn.niiittnu n tntiuip htif npvpr. fies the blood and builds up your Dublic. to advertise, iu theatre "it .seemed it would strangle before fired upon from am- furtheJ, the monotonous little river nrocrammes, on dead walls, in if you have a sallow completion, a health. Only county, were 50c at all Druggists we could get a doctoi, so we gave bush and'one of them was seriously "swell-street cars' and elevated railways, jaundiced look, moth patches and Drug Store. it Dr. King's New Discovery, wounded. signs of Mr. Walter Martin, an editor of because, only one paper iu the blotches on the sk:n,-al- l which gave quick relief and perStepped Into Livk Coals. But Dr. King's Warrants for salary due the late Virginia, visited his uncle, Prof. cily of New York, is loyal to that Liver Trouble. "When a child.I burned my font manently cured it. We always during his visit, body. President McKinley and President S. H. Martiu, and New Life Pills give Ctoir Skin, frightlully," writes W. II. Eads. of keep it in the bouse to protect our Roosevelt's salary to October 1, spent many moments enjoying the In the Franklin circuit court the Rosy Cheeks, Rich Complexion. Jonesville, Va., "which Caused children from Croup and Whoopwere drawn at the Treasury De smiles and plessant conversations suit of several former republican Only 25 cents at all Druggists Drug horrible leg sores for 30 years, but ing Cough. It curee me of a of one of our prettiest, most elegant clerks in the State departments to Store. partment. Bucklen's Arnica Shrt'c wholly cur- chronic bronchial trouble that no JCSTWANTKD.- - To buy i5obnsh-- i The Soldier' Home, ueer At and accomplished young ladies, recover salary for the time between ed me after ever thing else Jailed." other reined) would relieve." Inlanta, a State institution, recently but to our surprise, he made his the decision of the State Contest els of dried annles. wiU pay 2'4 to Infallible for Burnes, Scale's, Cuts, fallible for Coughs. Colds, Throat .finislipdi was destroyed by fire. return still enjoying "sweet bless- Board to the time the republican 2 cts. per pound Must be clear Sores, Bruises and Piles. Sold by and Lung troubles 50c and m 00 is a officials surrendered the offices was ot any cores. No 'lives were lost. .The "loss is ed .singleness." Yet, there free at all Drupjiaf"?. Trial nil DruRgisls 25c. & Adams Houk sep 27 glowing prospect. decided against the plaintiffs. about 25,000. -- 0 K I, A N I) 0 Misses Belli uiiil Susie Roberts If Secretary Root leaves the cabiwere the guests of Miss Sadie Mar- net, more than probable, that Judge Taft will take his place. Will Pike is visiting her tin, Sunday. J. J. Ball was in Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Blackburn cele- Wednesday. . father. Senator J. C. S. The a gel of dath visited the Tuesday with home .of Mr. Jim Brown, during brated his birth-da- y Jas. Proctor has a child very sick Your humble servant attended last week, and took then darling a barbecue in Woodford county. with scarlet fever. business at Bee Lick, this week. Gov. Beckham was one of his ' Geo. R. Reams has about comCorn cutting and whea'. sowing little son. Hej guests. Where is Buck Varnon? pleted his new house. are being actively followed by the farmers-Mr- . wa'n't in the last issue. Come Roosevelt assured Mrs, W. D. Laswell was visiting President again B. V., and all the while, for Congresiiun Griggs that he will homefolks, Wednesday. Edgar Griffin, an employee seek the best men to nil tne omces Mrs. Louis Reams is reported of the L. & N. on South locul, is at we like your style. !1I nrtir. CA..ti nrA Again Saturday morning, the ?.. .1... vJUMlll, Uliu urn SJv-- rlllo better at this writing, Thursday. vtuv. 111 IIJU home this week. atmosphere reached its "dewpoint" weight to democrats opinions. A good number of young people The Reams Bros. Sand Company aud the law of nature acted its The Washington correspondent from Mt. Vernon, atteuded church are making good shipments in the part so well, there was quite a re- for the Inter-Oceasays some of here Friday night. sand business. freshing rain. the appointments for Southern ofMrs. George Painter is visiting .Several car loads of coal daily, Mr. F red Halm and wife ac- fices will be given democrats. are shipped from this place, by the her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Rice, at companied tneir daughter, Mrs. CONWAY Livingston, this week. Mining Company. Monk, as far as Cincinnati, on her Mr. Burt Roberts, the fruit job Deputy Sheriff D. B. Langford way to Ohio, where she ,vill make Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Arnold's in- was in town Tuesday and Wednesber, met with success in his visit her home. fant is very sick. ing to Livingston, this week. day, summonsing witnesses in the It is reported a movement is ou G. L. Wren was in Mt. Vernon Allen case. Novara, the little daughter of iooj to amalgamate the British and last Monday, on business. Mr. Elmer Kouk, was quite ill It is reported here that Win. Spanish iron aud steel interests in during the first of the week. James Wood, ot Wildie, was here McNew, will be married to a young order to do battle with the Ameriwidow iu Garrard county, Friday, last Tuesday, on business. Miss Lizzie Painter and your can Steel Trust. s and bring his bride home Saturday. Otten-heiihumble servant will visit The boys are getting the wads in Mr. Zeb Hall, who was formerly Boreing-Treadwa- y. Friday night and return SunJoshua very good shape, iu this part. employed by the L. & N., but has Boreing, Sr., and Miss No ucy Tread-waday. We are glad to report that Samie been engaged upoa his farm near were married at the bride's The horse, which was stolen here this year, contemplates re- Johnson is about on foot again. from Mr. Charles Hahn during home Wednesday at 7 p. m. Bom. to the wife of M. II. Jorsuming his old employment. Cinlast winter, has been found in Halcomh-Wyki- x. Lawrence Proi. J. N. Craig, accompanied dan, an eight pound girl, last Moncinnati. and Miss Frances Wyrix, Halcomb a number ot the fair sex on Satur- day. Mr. Pat Hunt,, during the first day night last, to Cincinnati, and were married at his residence TuesSain Mason, of Berea, was here, day evening, Rev. Win. Williams for to secure em- after his return, reports the trip of the week,-lef- t last Friday, looking at M. H. Jor-- i officiating. ployment with the stone crew, at and sojourn m the city most dan's cattle. May wood . pleasant. Some guns were fired here last Messrs. Strong Gadd and Ham for Miss Ellen Roberts and Mr. One of our best citizens diked Daulton, of Scaffold Cane, were Suuday, cither 111 a bluff or maliciously, but it will Ezra Testament, of Gum Sulphur, up Co a fiuisu 011 a lovely morning here Monday. take a jury to decide the case and attended church at this place, of last week, and begun to glide D. N. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, MARETBURG. 11 n n, '" RELIGIOUS. Carnegie had donated 350 organs to churches ofScotland at u cost of about one million dollors Rev. Combs has been conducting a very successful meeting ut Maretburg, for 'lie past ten days. The Methodist church at Somerset has been remodeled at a cost of $2,300. Rev. F. M. Hill is pastor. The next Kentucky Conference of the Methodist churclt 'will be held iu Trinity church, iu Louisville. y, self-defens- e, The New Bethel Baptist church built on the the site where Jefferson Davis was born, at Fairview, was dedicated Sunday last. A protracted meeting will at the Christian church "here Sunday night, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Hartfield. The general conference of the Episcopal shurch opened at San Francisco Wednesday and will continue for nineteen days. Memorial services were held 'in th McCauley's theater, Louisville, Sunday afternoon, in honor of the late Zack Phelps., by the Louisville Lodge ot Elks. The annual State convention $f the Christian churcli convener! at Cynthiatia Wednesday. The Christian Women's Board of Mission held its annuat session there Tuesddfn-mence day. ' The Louisville Conference of the ft? 4 f . --- , d, ! WABD , ol Sunday-- - Bal-lur- d. tbe-ga- High-tower- . d, ! K, " ' M Im ! i vfwfmfxnpt I'ffTWWlJtUJUUglLK la)WHM'C,flMUitl ciLraaLatagjraiajigcwMggaauifcuiuJu mTiaregera-qi- i Jtxtiai-fcd, jaiju.'tL'ysrrTtvrftg.fr w "grjyny jnygggwtTff rrxftw t.wLVi Mt Vernon Friday, Oct. Signal 4, 1901. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YHAll deliberate murder,, no excuse, no defense, no minister, no repen.teiuu'.jso HeavThe Quarterly statement of The en! sorrow, noare awful n.aHtfea to Jim Southard was in from Al- These Bank of Mt. Vernon, Mt. Vernon, coiiso inplatc, but seemingly invit-abl- e tamont, Sunday. financial condition now. It is Czolgi. v. - w.n.y, Dr. J. Brown, of Stanford, was in Ky., showing at the close- of business Sept. 30 his will be done. Owens! n. 10 Mestown WedueH'lay. senger. - J -1901. J. F. Cooper made a short trip to LIVINGSTON BANK.STATEMNT. Red-haudc- THE BANK DF MT. 'iERNQN. ' MT. VeRNON, KY.. OPENED 'iijoo. - v gl.OO Advertising rales made known on application of county officers, people fail to do too often do the In the selection ,.' v' their duty in the selection of the proper men for what they consider the minor offices, or in other words, those offices which are regarded of no importance whatever, which are in reality the most beneficial for the general improvement of the In county that of Magistrate. do we need 'this county especially as magistrates, sober, upright, energetic and enterprising men, men who will look to the interest of the county, because from the Fiscal court must come our support, to make certain advancements which are necessary to place our county where it ought to be, can be and If there is ever must be placed. any decided improvement made in our roads, which are the greatest drawback to commercial enterprise, growth and prosperity, of anything that confronts our people, upon the Fiscal court rests the burden, and if wejelect a man or set of men to take charge of our county officies. whose highest ambition is to get a jug of whisky and rush behind a lumber pile to divide it, how can you good people expect your county to grow and prosper, and how can you vote for such men? Ponder well the great questions, which confront you and when you go to the polls in next November, cast your vote for that man, who will do most good for the county and its people, "and all will be well." Louisville, last week. Mrs. Lawrence Rose visited home-folk- s at Pine Hill, this week. Mrs. Sue Mullins made a flying trip to Mt. Vernon, Wednesday. Miss Minnie Struab, of Stafford, is the guest of Mrs. E. Fishback. Mrs. Bessie Browning is visiting her mother, Mrs. Kate Mngee, at Crab Orchard. Mrs. John Farmer returned home Wednesday, after a visit with home-folks, RESOURCES. and Discounts, less loans to Loans '. Directors 24742,39 Loans to Directors (officers not included) 2465.50 100,00 Loans to Officers Overdrafts, secured 17O151 Due from National Banks. ..7190,1s Mortgages 54355 340, 4 1 Other Stocks and Bonds Clearings 2217,69 Exchange for Furniture and Fixtures 4J7.45 Fund to pay Taxes 107,00 ) Current Expenses Last Quarter $247,80 1164,85) 1412,65 Latest details of the ulster to Company C. of the Ninth infantry, in the Island of Samtir. indicate that the Americans were surrounded while at breakfast by 40 bolo-meAbout 150 of the fatter were killed. Three American officers were among those slain bv the natives. n. CAPITAL STOCK. 3. H MARTIN, Pints. W. L. RICHARDS. Cashihu, 15,000 A. K. E'VERS, Vice-PrkA. I. FURNISH, Assx. s. DIRECTORS. J. T. Adams, Jonas McKenzie, Fritz"! Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent Boeing, A. T. Fish. Cash. Krucger, We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Careful attention is given collections entrusted to Uh. Our friends and patrons uiv invited to call when in town. OSrTake the Signal and ivt all the news, all the time, from all over county and State. rauftua nftamw hjh-wumh- First N afiona Capital Ooii&ffi $180,40.76 at Berea. Mrs. E. Pipes, who has been visit- Stock, 5100,000. V. OP STANFORD, KY. Surplus, ing relatives at Alicetou, returned heme Tue2day. Mrs. Sarah Owens, James and George Sambrook, are on the sick list. Mrs. Russell Dillion is seriously ill, at her mother's home, Mrs. Tucker, near Maywocd. Mrs. James Gray and the Misses Ada, Pattie and Lena Gray, are guests at the Eight Gables Hotel. Miss Nannie Maddux, of Bedford, Ind., is the guest ot her mother, Mrs. Lula Maddux, at the MulHns Hotel. Mrs. Smith, of Corbin, who has been the guest of her brother, Shannon McKinney and family, returned home Thursday. James Tucker met with a very painful accident, spraining his ankle, while on his run with the mine crew, Tuesday night. Mrs. Bettie Broaddus and Russell Dillion, of Lincoln county, were called here Wednesday, on account of the serious illness'of Little Bettie ht Total $44599.28 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash $15000,00 2196,23 Undivided Profits Due Depositors, as follows, viz.: 27403,05 '. DIRECTORS: w inTOiwrrrwErytxtwrrrgnfi ' hivf mnAt n mrtct tlinmnah trial of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and am prepared to say that for all diseases of the lungs it never disap.mi- -. T J W. Haydcn, P. Walton, J. II. Collier, M. D. Elmore 0. Ried, T. P. Hill, S.- H. Baughman, VV. A. Tribble, M. J. .Miller and S. T. Harris. - points." J. Early Finley, Ironton, O. Total S44599.28 Dillion. . Tub election of Granville Owens, of Brodhead, as chairman of the County Rockcastle Democratic was a step taken, of Committee, which we are more than proud. We know of no better mau, nor no better democrat in the county than he, and with such men at the helm, we may expect most satisA worthy sucfactory results. cessor is he to our late chairman, R. L. Brown. The prompt arrest and' convic- Bettie Margare Dillion, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dillion died, Weduesday Oct. 2nd, aged five years. The parents and graiid-pureuhave the sympathy of their many friends, in their great loss and hope tliey may be reconciled and able to say; O Lord, "Thy Will be done". Mr. W. F. Tubbs lias rented the Hotel property of Mrs. Sue Mul s lius. and is running a Mr. Tubbs is a' clever hotel. gentleman and all those wishing a good meal and a good bed, will do well to call at the old reliable MulHns house. It is newly furnished and a desirable place to stop. ts first-clas- tion of Hiram Failing in the circuit For Infants and Children. court on the cnarge of shooting inKind You Have Always Bought to a passenger coach filled with The passengers should be a warning to Boars the all young men to stay sober and Signature of leave their pistols at home. It also indicates very conclusively that the TEACHERS ASSOCIxVTION. railroab company will not only o protect its passengers from harm teacher's association associThe but will prosecute Ithose who ation, of 3rd Magisterial district, injure or attempts to injure either will be held at Livingston Ky., on passenger or employe. 4th Saturday in October beginiug at 9 a. in. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Program. Tiie debating society meets in Singiug by Livingston choir. 1. the College Chappel every Friday 2. Prayer by T. M. Ballnrd. night. Wm. Bustle. Candidates are now in the Walter Bustle, Quar. Miss Bertina MulHns, field and he fight for the CounL Miss Pearl Multins, ty Judge's place and Sheriff's ofWelcome address by Mrs. 4.. fice is 011. The Democrat CounLaura Jones. ty Committee met yesterday and VV. 5. Response Wtiit Bustle. H. nominated for judge 6. Best methods of instructing Owens, ot Brodhead, and for primary pupils to be discusssheriff, A. W. Stewart, of Wjldie, ed by Miss&s EllavJopHn, also John H. Coffey, of Laugford, Sarah Wafleii, Georgia' for constable. Search the": coilntyl Lula Dyer and D. T. over and you can not find' th'ree Bullock. better men than these. -Mc-Ferro- n, &ytf& we never said it would. of any stockholder, person, comIt won't euro dyspepsia; liapany or firm (including in tilt we never claimed it. But bility of the company of firm the it will cure coughs and liability of the individual members colds of all kinds. We thereof) directly or indirectly, if UN K E R-first said this sixty, years uch indebtedness exceeds 20 per ago; we've been saying it cent, of capital stock actually paid ever since. in, and actual amount of surplus Aij3?v i Ttrec ilici : 25c, 50c, Si. All dranlsK. (S&iCi of the bank. None. J IHWHHIIIIIWillHWllWmlllll wwww f!Aiiulfc Tfliir doptnr. If lio tT take It. How is indebtedness stated in thtn do as lie myt. If he telfs jou not . iiobuuw. 10 iae 11. men aoiri muo None. above item I secured? Lcito it Kith him. "Wo nre ullllnp. Mats. J. C. AYKlt CO.. Lowell. Does amount of indebtedness of any person, cotnpanY or firm, including in the liability of the company or film, the individual Kept ic Stock. Orders by Mail, '.Telegraph or Telephone members thereof, exceed 30 per Promptly filled. cent, of paid-ucapital and actual SPLIT SPOKES surplus? No. on heart, Forest Hickorj' i 1 i fMiM j jm!ULgmmMujjiruxjjAL.Taga ST ATI?. PIT? , -deep, 28 in. long all white, w. ss $6 perM uouniy 01 rucKcusui: ) GO TO- I, W. L. Richards, Cashier of Forest Hickory 1 on heart, 1 deep, 28 in. long, all Red, The Bank of Mt. Vernon, a Bank $4 Per M. located and doing business inrtlro in said county, Forest Hickory 2 on heart, 2 town of Mt. Veruon deep, 2S in. long, Red or being duly sworn says that the White, $8 per M. KY. foregoing report is In all respects a Forest Hickory on heart, 2 2 true statement of the condition of in. long, Red or White for Everything in the said Bank, at the close of busand Red, $12 per M. Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, ana General iness on the 30th day ot Sept., 1901, Forest Hickory 2 on heart, 3 Merchandise deep, 28 in. long, Red or to the best of his knowledge and White and Red,j$i7 per M. belief; and further says that the BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. business of said Bank has been Ferest Hickorey 2 on heart, 2 deep, 30 in. long, all white I.IM.IM transacted at the location named, CLIJ 2nd growth, straight grainand not elsewhere; and that the free from all defects, ed, above report is made in compliance $20 per M. with an official notice received second growth that 2X2, is not all white, $10 per M. from the Secretary of State designand FUNERAL DIRECTOR. ating th 30th day of Sept., 1901 as 2nd Growth Hickory Butts, 5 in. and over in diameter, Mt. Vernon, Ky. the day on which such report shall ic. per inch. be made. 2nd Growth Hickory Butts, 10, 11, Subscribed and sworn to before 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 in and me by W. L. Richaids the 3rd day over, in diameter of Sept., 1901. M. C. Miller C. R. per inch. C. C. DOUBLETREE BILLETS. W. L. Richards, Cashier. x in. long 2t x 2ji, 46 in. long $30 per M. ( J. E. Houk. 42 25 " " Directors. 2 Jonas McKeuzie, m.leng 20 " " X3J4.38 4ttached: .Ca" $ - (. Fritz Kreuger, a 18 " " 36 in- long iunuBu iuouuic uasKets and nave 2A 3 TO be delivered on yards be- Embalming done on short notice. tween Stanford ane Hazel Patch, pome and see me, anything i have not got cau get for you on first and on the K. C. Railroad to Con- rain that leave the city. way. L. L. JARRETT, by wire Promptly Pilled, OR Inspector. BRODHEAD, KY. A. A. McKINNEY, SUPPLEMENTARY. Highest amount of indebtedness Ayer's Cherry Pectoral wont cure rheumatism; We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. Personal application and correspond ence, with a view to business relations, invited. J S. HOCKER, Pres., JNoTT. McROBERTS, Ass't Cashier. Cashier. DANNIE OWENS DERTA M$MM& WANTED! Caskets, Coffins, Robes Etc. p if BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY -- JOSMAS i& CKENZSE MT. VERNON, WILLI Practical ..! Undertker FFI MMfA ic, .&1 -- 2i s 2, - Stock Cornnlete ?J?I DERS Athens, Tcnn., Jan. 27, 1001. Ercr sinco tho first appooranco of ray lacy vcru very jrrrjruiui' unu x ... ,n(fr.,,i itiui biV; .r.i i -i. f.v',J w.i i.v. Pu ili"u? i.i... Suet, rtemocu anu jt?cs, wlt Temww ..i-iai- tops pmm iiiitiiififia w a is, by SI R t THE PBOPLE'SesEaaa DRUGSTORE!! no-mean- nr.fc wt. K..1.1. T Tllltt1 41i tnfcJrgWUio ofjpartlul find Thodford'o .,, y poriol without pain for tho flrit tlmo Ja j'e:irc. Nanniu Davis. What Is llfo worth to a women suffer ing Ilko Nannlo Davis suffered? Yet there aro wom:n In thousands of homes who aro bearing thoso tsrriblo If you aro monstrtial pains In silence. ono of the30 wo want lo cay that this same y The Democrats of Rockcastle, met in Mass convention last Saturday, for the per pose of nominating candidates for the various county offices. S. I Brown was elected temporary chairman and E. S. Albright secretury. About one hour was spent, making no ptogress at all except to nominate a candidate for Magistrate in the First district, T. J. Hayes, of Wildie, having received the nomination for that place. The convention, then refcted the nominations of other candidates to the county committee, which met yesterday iifioruoon, and a report of which will be found in another column Convention. 7. S. Noon. 9. 10. 11, 12. 13. 14, 1 5. Song by association. Recitation by Pearl MulHns, How to create an interest in Grammar oy Prof. Dicker-soH. N. Oliver and Miss Mattie McFerrou. Essav by Miss Sallie Brown Reading to be discussed by Misses May Brown, Vira Debord, W. B. Sigman and Thomas Mintou. The importance of physical culture' in school by Drs. Cooper and Childress. Lecture by a member of Berea Faculty. Adjournment (Miss) Lula Dykr, Secy, of Committee. u, disease it is. the bemnnine:. It can always be stopped hi the beginning. The trouble is: you don't know you've gpt it; you don't believe it; you won't believe it till you arc forced to. Then it is danger-ouDon't be afraid; but attend to it quick you can do it yourself and at home. Take Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, and live carefully every way. the dreadful thought - to be-- -'n c , . DAVIS &CO. l..l.XT, DRUGS PARENT MEDICINES. Perfumes, Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, Paints, Oils, PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. s. '0F M will bplna you oermancnt relief. Can. solo yourself with tho knowledge Ihzt 1,000,000 women liavo boon complo'.tl cured by Wino cf Carduf. Those worn, en suffered from leucorrhooa, Irregular monscs, headache, backache, and fearing down pains. VIno of Cardul will stop all thoso aches and pains for you. Purchase a $1.00 bottlo of Wino of Cardul and tako It In tho privacy of your homo. y mm TOILET ARTICLES, M doctrine, whatever you may think or be told; and, if heeded, will save life. if Vou huvo not trlHl I:, tand frr fraouampie, lla hip's, abio tjiow w.ll a.irt)''looyou. JjpTT f, BOVN.:, 0'iowil-t- . jOc. ll.. .,." v.a This 'is sound FIRE INSURANCE Agency. I'or ii dvlee imd lUoraturc, ndilnsM. BlvliuBymn-loui"'llw Ijmii-n- ' Advltoiy 'llltl fhatLtnnnt.. Millplria ('o . f'lt.ittnimv... Ttfix. t, " S.ALBRIGHT, AGENT. Mt Vernon, Gall at' Sicnol Office. AVL E. your Houses insured in the OLD RELIABLE New York Underwriters K-y- , .Jit, lii&dk. vS ..urtuMii..feL. AtjU... imittirj Jjirfk-aavaaJat'----- -- 'ttfM.faV-.-r.l irt I 'i t amrsinyiTiecym V i Dr. W. J. Edmiston, of who has been visiting her sister has been confirmed by the Court of pox. Crab Orchard, who has had conwrs. .vi. u Williams, ol btanlord, Appeals. Clymer was formerly of siderable experience with smallPERSONALS lor several weeks, lett balurday for thjs countv. pox in Lincoln, accompanied by Dr. Benton, visited the patients her home. E . T. Fish is in Kuoxville. Cataraugus Tribe No. 36, I. O. and pronounced them to be genTHE man who says that, forgets that painting properly done Mr. W. G. Proctor and Dr. D. is economy, and the fact is he can't afford NOT to paint. R. M., will give u public installa- uine cases. L. T. Stewart was here Monday. S. Proctor, wife and son, of Quail, HOW tion of officers and a supper, in Officers At a meeting of the the paint you often you require to paint is largely dependent upon Mrs. Angie Renuer is reported Rockcastle county, were on Sun use. their wigwam, at Livingston, Tues- Stockholders, of The Bank of Mt. very sick. day's train bound for Louisville. day October Slh, at 8 p. m. Few Vernon, held last Saturday for the Ed Short spent this week with Interior Journal. tribes in the State are more thor- purpose of electing officers for the Misses Grace aud Florence Mar- oughly awake and doing better liothefolks. out last others. They are the most economical paints you can use, ensuing year, C. C. Williams was shall, two taleuted young ladies of work, than the oue at Livingston. because they cover most and wear longest. Add to this their good Bom, to the wife of S. Norton, elected President, J. T. Adams appearance, and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN-WILLIAM- S St. Louis, arrived Saturday to a fine girl. and Rod Perry, Indictments. The grand jury, PAINTS. take charge of the musical departat the Rockcastle circuit court, re- Vincent Boreing, A. T. Fish, Jonas . P. Lechleiter spent this week ment in the College. They are made for many different kinds of painting. What J. turned 46 indictments, 6 ol which McKenzie, George Livesay, Fritz ever it is you want to paint a house, or anything in or out of the? in Stanford. A. W. Stewart was here Wedhouse we make the right paint for that particular purpose not one were for felonies, including Hiram Krueger aud T. E. Houk, were J. J. Baker was in from Cedar-vill- c nesday, and told us that Walker Fanagan, who was given two years chosen as directors. CSTSOLD BY mixture for all. Tuesday. Owens, who is teaching their school C. H. FRITH. in the pen, and 40 misdemeauors. BRODHEAD. KY. is getting along nicely John Magee was up from Liv- this year, Along the misdemeanor line, this o and giving perfect satisfaction. ingston Tuesday. shows rather a marked improveTo every Lady, Miss and child, -Mr. and Mrs. Heury Schubert ment to former years. THEin Rockcastle county, we extend a Attorney J. W. Brown went to and Mrs. W. F. Monk, left Monmost cordial invitation to come on Louisville yesterday. Goebel, the bright and attractive SATURDAY OCTORKR rTH.. day night for Defiance, Ohio where : V. D. Wallen. of Crab Orchard, they will locate. Mr. Monk left little two year old sou. oi Mr. d our of (Incorporated.) Saturday last. was here several days ago, to make the trip Mrs. Owen Allen, like most child New Fall and Winter Hats and CAPITAL STOCK $25,000 00 ren, which have fond and devoted Wraps. We will have oti exhibi- RESERVE SURPLUS Dr W. J. Childress, of Living through in a wagon. 125,000 00 parents, is looked upon as being tion, that day, the largest, most AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS ston was here yesterday. 200,000 00' LOCAL the only boy there is, and if he will beautiful, stylish aud complete line Gran Price's mother was reportAddress all correspondence to niake as great a man as the oue for of hats ever opened in Mt. Vernon. ed very sick Wednesday. Dead. Mrs. Crocket Dillion, of whom he was named, or as good a Prices to suit'everybody Style and J. M. Reynolds, of Bee Lick, Crab Orchard, mother of Mrs. L. man us his father, rightly can they Quality at prices unequaled. Our LEXINGTON, KY. C. Smith, died at Stanford, yesterWraps will consist of the very latwas in the city, this week. be proud of him. GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS. day morning. est style; Jackets for ladies Misses R. C. Wade, 'the Livingston aud children, and Fur Collarettes. butcher, was hete Tuesday. Dead. Mr. C. S. Martin, Recommended. Judge R. G. If you want a' wrap don't miss this of L. T. Stewart, died Williams has recommended to Gov. opportunity. Bogie Phillips and W. M. Baker law, Mrs. Sallie Williams. Friday, at his home on Horse Lick, Beckham the appointment of J. M. went to Louisville Tuesday. FOR Incorporation- .- Judge Wil'Mrs. Anna Miller returned to Jackson county, of pneumonia Reynolds, of Disputanta, MagisStaple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods. trate, as successor of James R. liams appointed Saturday last, ATT Iri rifle Ul Washington, D. C, Saturday night. fever. lUUUb and Notions, I3oots and .ihoes, and all GatlifT, deceased. Judge Williams attorney J. W. Brown, Jas. T. W. G. Baker and E. B. Cax went STOPPS THE COUGH AND WORKS goods found in a general store thought that a republican was en- Adams, Rev. J. C. Carmical, Theo ' to- Louisville Monday to buy goods. OFF THE COLD. JUST by thc'Depot MT UERN0N, KV. e Tablets titled to the office, t?s Mr. GatlifT Wesley aud D. S. Purdom, trusees Laxative passed Hon. W. R .Ramsey was a republican, aud Mr. Reynolds of the corporation. For over a through to London, Tuesday after- curse a cold in oue day. No cure being a good man, took pleasure in year our town has been ivithout no pay. Price 25 cents. noon. recommending him for this import- trustees, marshal or auy ho rt of a Bert Whitehead took in the InTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. ant office. m that corporation, and it does terstate Fair from Monday until Bromo Quinine Take Laxative the people have seen an realized Broke Into. The store of enough, that they woul Wednesday. Tablets. All druggists refund the ow be Isaac Dooley, of Mullins Station, - money if it fails to cure. E. W. W. E. Perkins, of Crab Orchwilling to join in and ry toXhelp ard, is in Cincinnati this week, Grove's signature is on each box. was broken into Monday uight. make up for lost . tim e. Let' the Several pairs men's shoes, a lot of buying goods. 25CtS. people help build up the corpora- bacon and a number of pennies, v. M. L. Bryant, of Wayne tion instead of pull it down, have a BigTrees.-- F. Francisco bought Dr. . were taken. Catch the thief and located in the ofT. S. Frith, of Brodhead, two with which, good corporation, one county, is again make Jordan a hard road to tra vel. " 'Glades neighborhood. poplar trees, for which he paid him Only the midnight assassin is every body will be pleased, but no d $45.52, and which measured 4552 worse than the rogue. Later: Two set of town officers can make it so, Sam, the i, feet. lsou of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mr. Frith has a number of men were seen hiding the goods iu if the people are continually fight- against it. is very ill with scarlet fever. such trees on his farm. a drift pile on Piney branch and Fjm' Dealing and plflC0 BE.-'-'h- 0 Charley Lewis, who has been in Cheap Rates. On October 21 warrants have been issued for Geo. Dead. Squire James GatlifT, keeping on hand what yoit want Central America for some time past, and 23iid, the L. & N. will sell Ramy aud Stoke Lawson. who was shot and cut all to pieces are Agents for Horse Shoe brand fertilizers, about two weeks NJgo, i n a liglit is ut home again, but says he will tickets at one half fare for the The examinjue" trial with Willis aud Wya !' Hen, died farming implements, shingles, coal, hay and in about ten days, for, a tour round trip to Owen'sborb, good leave nfWilllcmul Wvoit AIIm, fm- - tli oaiuraay nigni. in ai GatlifT was AnvthiiiG: vou want, come to our corn. of the Western States. until October 25th, on account of ,. c T lv.ui seven imica ami shM once in r the shoulder, with a double barrel Big supply house and be convinced. Mr. A. W. Bryant, of Goochland, the meeting of the Grand Lodge woumuuB ui juuii::, uamu, the eliects ol wnicii. lie diea batttr- - snot KUn While iu t his denlo rable Knights of Pythias. was here Wednesday, and told us day night, was called Wednesday, condition, yet, up in (til almost the that he would make the race for Died at 78. Auut Pegie Bul-le- but owing to the absence of W. T. last, had hopes of his recovery. Magistrate in the second district, oue of the most peculiar char- Short, one of the attorneys foi the He leaves-wife and ten children, against James M. Reynolds. been our privi- defense, the trial was continued who have the deepest sympathy of acters, it has ever the people. That trouble and Misses Susie and Annie Thomp- lege to know, died hist Aveek at until The "attorneys for d always comes in a Bessie Ilouk the ripe old agt of 78 years. Over son, Bessie Miller, Shelves are groaning under the loads of goods defense are Bethurum and Beth- - ' form, seemed to prove true in this T ? aud Garlic Davis, and Messrs Ed thirty years ago, she hadtnade the urum and W. T. Short, and for the instance. to suit the general trade. While the wile, that and Robert Cox aud Arch Furnish coffin, in which she wafiurried, prosecution, Judge P. D. Collyer, ' kiudheartcd forgiving woman that of all grades, hats and caps, clothing, ovor--- 3 went to Maretburg Saturday night, the work having beer doire by t, C. Williams and W. R. Ramsey. shf is, was at the bedside of her ujs glints, collars and ties, and a general C. fying' husbandi a(lmilisterimj t0 to attend church. Coleman Haley and Tim Coney, little home, line of mon's furnishings. , his every want, their A. H. Bastin, the telephone both of whom, have been dead .MlL.tiiJNliK.1. wjti, au ,ts contents which she had He over fifteen years. She also had o Magnate was here Sunday. left in charge of the small children, left made he'r clothes, iu which to be I have just returned from the caught fire and burned, leaving ,aud secretary, James Maret, them without even a shelter to Suuday night for Oweusboro, to bunied, had the band of cloth fixed. nitv witii n full li.ip nf milling nn a Ina llli nrlft n first-clas- s; attend a meeting of the Kentucky just as she wanted it placed around k,00ls tIwt i will open 0n Saturday, tfa0 her jaws and the lace with which to 0ct. 5th. I am going to sell Ladies Telephone Association. 'hnM"' anolher. Mav il ner comn, an oi ami Misses hats cheaper than they God in His infinite wisdom., aid. . J. W. Brown, C. C. Williams. line tlie inside oi TudPe R. G. Williams; W. B. Bil which was used just as she desired. were ever sold in Mt. Vernon be- - cherish, comfort and protect them look, buy and be satisfied that we lion and W. C. Mullins, of Living Mrs. Bullcu was the last member fore. Call and examine my stock for!an(j get prices before purchasing ston, and J. TIms. Cherry, of of the old Coffey family, aud mean what wc sav and vou will iO S0 JL ' Brodhead, went to Richmond, the last five yeais, had been cared elsewhere. Every body invited to 1Uli signature Is on erory bov of I'm ncaxlnt continue to come. & for, by Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stew- - mv opening. Respectfully, I Monday, where they were initiated Laxative Bro:noQuinJi3 art. Mrs. Ella Haioik, PHONE NO.-253 R. into the Elks Monday night. liofpib' that curt " col! u 9 dny "i Mesdames J. J. Smith, Per Hiatt Presbyterian Holds services on tbo 2nd Affirmed. The verdict given tather, near W. F. McClary's propand H. C, Gentry, an d Miss Sallie crty. and 4th dumluy, morning and (veniug. Robert Wilson and William Clymer, baptist Church Services on the Second Carmical paid this office a very ol 15 and 10 years respectively,' in Small-Pox- . Green Lovings and Saturday night and Snuday. Suuday pleasant class Wednesday afternoon. two" of his children, of Brodhead, the Lincoln circuit court, charged 3chool at 9 a m every Sunday. Prayer Mrs. Sam Hooker, of Russelville, with raping Miss Sallie Crabtree, are reported to have the smallmeeting on Tutsdity nights. csnnguuaif.ujtirftuiui.wj.'ta3jatMa. j Miss Dove B. Letcher was forced The roan" com Commissionkrs. The Indian show, which has v to give up her work in the college, missiotiers will meet here on Wed been located at Livingston for the 5 : temporarily, on account of sickness, nesday, October iG, for the purpose past two weeks, arrived here tSSrBRODHEAD, KENTUCKY. Mt. Vkrnon. Ky., Oct. 4. igoi. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker, of of allowing road claims. Tuesday, to take up their abode Livingston, spent Sunday with P fl M W today. COMEtonior- - U AK-1- lJJ T3 John Brown, a son of Jothan for the next two weeks. YV J 1 UUMJU row COME anytime. in their sous, U. G. and W. M. Baker. Brown, and Miss Maudie Brown, To Louisvillk. -- The L. & N. your own inui lor Mesdames Sue Mullins and daughter of Henry Brown, boarded will sell tickets to Louisville Octob- terest, be suit to come. Lawrence Hose, of Livingston, 'the train at Mareiburg Tuesday er 2i and 22nd, limited until Ootob. DON'T BUY FROM US until v . I were guests in our town Louisville & Nashville rt. n, Co. and went to Jellico, er 24, atone fare for the lound youve looKeaarouwi, 11 you pre-- , fer it that way, but in any eveuti day. where they were married Tuesday trip, on account of the State Con- don't fail to see US before voul TIME TABLE. Miss Ida May Adams left Satur- federate . buy. Corrected Each Week By 4 orth 11.05 am day for Grays to visit relatives'. C. H. FRITH. In County Court. Mis. Birdie Lu'E Sentence. Eugene Mont Wc will save You Time and Money 26 north 1:31 a m From there she will go to Louis;oo gomery, of Danville, received a life Can goods, 8J3C. 2 lb Rolled Oats, j Arbuckles Coffee, Griffin was fined yesterday 23 south 1:57 pm ville. and the cost for selling liquor un- sentence last week iu the Boyie Sc. Lion Coffee, 25 South 1:45 n m "Dr." D. N. Williams was in lawfully. Wade Smith was fined Circuit Court, for killing Ins stepCoffee, Tas. Landrum, Agent. Conwoy aud Berea Tuesday, lookWednesday, $io and cost for tak- child for a' small amount of insurGood Green Coffee, IOC to I2CCLOTHING. SHOES.' ing after some business interests ing corn from the field of Geo. ance. At his first trial, he was HATS, DRY GOODS, Flour N. S. per bbl, $4.40 Kittrcilattht lit. Vtrabd, Kjr., at tec there. Tread way. given a death sentence, which was laoll rantttr $4.00, AND NOTIONS. FJour Mt. Belle, by the Court of Appeals. Mrs. Judith Chestnut came up 'Flour Plain Family, $3.00. Married. Miss Mollie Riley, reversed On MASOWICJ from Crab Orchard, to Marctburg t Granulated Sugar, 16 lbs $1.00 Joe. Ramsey bought of J. W. daughter of F. B. Riley, of London, Avhlunil Lodge No. t10 meets 2nd Saturluesday, to visit her son, J. J. aud Mr. Charles Tiusley, Light Brown Sugar, 17 lbs $1.00 day, 1U A 111, Baker, a house and lot, located in By a young Yoa a& Syrups per gallon, VKUNON R A. CHAPTER, No. McCall. 30c and rising attorney of Barbourville the northern p?rt of town and 140, MEETS ever FOURTH MONDAY 10c 7 Cakes of D. Boone Soap, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bethurum and a sou of Judge J. H. Tiusley, known as the Cromer property, At '2 j. m. 18c Coal Oil best per gallon, and Mrs. Fannie Adams, left Mon District Attorney of the Eastern for which he paid $450. W. M. Calico best.Grades, day for Buflalo, after a stay of district, were married in London Baker, who occupied the house, BETTER GOODS 5c CHUnCHES. Chnitkn Holds services 1st & 3rl Sundaj several days in Louisville. AT LOWER PRICES) has moved to the resideuce of his Tuesday evening. ILL PAY HIGHEST price at It a.m. and at 6:30 p. m. PRO- Jiumiairmnurcrwjrcssti Mt ivaatts :."" 'vB&i'Kr!xxanir!fa&ftMiaaMxjmfnrx3(xzNVTTa utaaaeasaaaxi 3cirfvarBiuuhaf.mri,mmn.i,n ,iui m.n. Vernou Sternal I 1 Pu J V,, " l ' Wediies-tafternoo- n, ti Run After ThtemT Low Prices and. High Qualities, I2C 'St Re-Unio- n. (( J j1 i2c Big Bargains in xxxx i2e - rosl-offic- c eno-clo- n We Put Bou Tdd JOB-J- IT Selling the Bottom. THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE. w FOR COUNTRY DUCE. 'CAW T Afford TO Paint" The Sherman-- . Williams Paints Vice-Preside- slap-das- h Opening. idraUend MBm INVESTMENT GQIMf, HOME OFFICE. father-in-- Go To A. BRYANT'S nf IML - Bromo-Quinin- THE P O -- HAVE FOUND 1 OUK DAM eighteen-months-ol- Den-hnii- 1 Mt, Vernon, Ky., fr TO I Tg-Da- y. .. T- M-.- n, Our Stock of Grocery Supplies .Are Complete.. I--- a mis-fortui- ie to-da- two-fol- (W O ADO O O.W JjvD T "' """'" wlTXZi .- t i - - Ladies Wear of all Kinds, U R g"ds are OUR motto "FairDealing," , j 48VL.& ynrirz tu. COME Houk - Adams. .'f -- r .v- - s. "u uxrumrrmn 'uajumMxMrtBjnx$jnrrjmJxirv&Xrtrrm-rTrrnmruMnxiinammij- i nceoiinravcBM ,Latiu ynam'tMttTrvjmma&rznrmmmMa2anxM&rjiim2rrBaTia&Tsae ef Miller House, ; Bowling Green expecting to sell him to the carnival people, ,but in County Court. Fourth Mon day iu each month. Prop'r. getting off tlie boat he fell and inW. J. RIDER, Henry Sutton sold to Dave Quarterly Comn Eiist Mon- Thompson, a bunch of hogs at, sets. jured hiir.seli aud has since been 1 a m 3 r u n ttSK hv, Mm day in January, April, July and under ti eminent. Bowling Green s v Jesse Fox bought of II. S. Bran- - News. October. m t?Rl EiW m W B vHareOTsai Circuit Court. Second Mon namon, of Rockcastle, nine mules Luu FergUMm told L. Joseph, "Pnv Tnfa.ntn nnri ffhilrlvfT. all at 111 tiMniwimrfiiiiumwuAl wtdM irains.a day in February, Fourth Monday for $540. ESTPorter uiijiwiii fat cat:le at $5,25.. iu May and" Thud Monday iu Sep Wade and Oliver, the Livingston i2i Feryuson jold to Jonas Wiel, 50 Itiis'd Yoy Have tetnber." butchers, bougnt of J. S. Joplin a m export cattle, weight 1.425, at Mt Vernon I'ouoe Court; bunch of butcher cattle at 3ds. per 5.25.... Hibler Bros, sold to Jas. Third Monday in each month. Botiehl pound. sheep at $3 per head; Warrenl Ferguson 25 Mike Haggard bought of ANrcjclabl2 Prcpnralionror JU, O, M. Jonas Wiel sold him 60 head at ihcl'oodandncgula-li- nj Graves 55 head ol fut cattle MonBrice Steele bought same pike Stomaclis and Bowels of lie day at s4 cents per pound. JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., in Fleming this! week, 38 feeding 24, George tow News. m$m$M steers of Grauuis Bros, at a fraction MT. VERNON, KY. Stanford, Ky., At n public sale in Shelby county less than and-oHarvey T. Tuesday Promolcs Digcslion.Checnul-ne- ss last week, hogs sold at eight 'cent Grannis equipped for traveliug BSTMEETS: Every Specially Some few at 24 and Rcst.Conlains neilliw B. F. Clift. of Mason sales were made there at 4c 1st aud 3rd. week, 2:36 p. m. 2nd per lb men, Sample room on first floor. Opium.Morphinc norMineral. county, bought 575 headofexpoit L. Tosstth renrestiitimr S. & S. and 4th. week. 7:30 p. m. "Bath rooms free, to guests. Wot "Marc Mrs. NANNIE C. ALBRIGHT, cattle from Fleming parties at 5 has in tin. last few weeks purchased day. Rates. $2.00 per Lady Com. cts. Winchester Democrat. about 5,000 l.it cattle iu Bourdou 2vir0UjySMVZZrV,'.7 Miss BESSIE M. HOUK, STRAY NOTICE. flmyilin Set J'' and adjoining counties. The prices Lady Rec. Keep. .KUJaaui fiA,tk&Ja- range from 5 to $4 cents for Octobdark sow There is an unmarked delivery. All of Jlfeinutl OiCaidiMuiK'Sittct shoat at my house; has been for er and November the cattle are iutended for the exFRANCISCO, Propr. F. months. Also two spotted and one liS:ifryrtv.- ritnvr. marked. Paris port Christinas Located at the Depot'Sg? PfftVerpon No. 21 black shoat for several weeks. Keutucklau. Apcrfecl Remedy forConslipn-Ilo- n ' The owners ate hereuy requested " , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea KY MT. VERNON, KY., Mr. II. C. Smith has successfully to come, prove property, pay charWorms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish-ncs- s Attaehcd MEETS every 1st. and 3rd. Mon- ges and take them away, otherwise marketed his splendid peach crop, nml Loss of Sleep. Livery Good day in each month, 7:30 p. m. they will be disposed of according shipping 800 crates for which he Meet all Trains, Day and Night Fe: Simile Signature or got $4'JO. He shipped troui the to human nature. graveling Men and Railroad GEO. S. GRIFFIN, Com. same land ' strawberries to the Wm.11. Cocks, ARCH FURNISH, Rec. Keep. NEW YORK. men Solicited. Will m 3 Mt. Vernon, Ky, amount of $300. Somerset Jourfor all trains. nal. STRAY COW. w Mm tm AU 1 raw kH a im L- Brice Steele bought in Fleming M. I At my place, between Mt. Ver- last week, 38 feeding steers of J & pvjrT rnov nr vtDiDDrs non aud Brodhead, one pale red Grannis Bros, at a fraction less than myitiis B bvm' u ,; Miv Vernon, Ky. iy iw MONUMENTAL WORKS, cow, white spot on back between THt CKNTAUB COMPANY. HCKI YOBK CITY. Harvey T. Grannis and of OFFICE At the Rice property, EE2SUFJSSiSSiiSS2S;ii5 the hips, and dehorned. Has been 24 at wiwm Some few sales were Brodbcad, Ky, Phone No. 3S. my place 2 or 3 weeks. Owner made there at 4c. Advocate. at Granite and Marble Monuments can get some by proving property In Viena the price of horse meat and Tombstones. P. A. PennMRton, D. D. S.; M. D and paying damages, FIRST-CLASranges per pound of lore quarter, ALL WORK sep 27 at J. J. PURCELL. Irom 5 to Sc; hind quarter 6 to 9c; SATISFACTION GIVEN- .DEIMTST, til to choice cuts lor steak and roasts The Dauville News notes the N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts same cuts in beef sales of 3,700 bushels of wheat at from 5 to 11c; the One reason why travelers to Texas go LOUISVILLE, KY. 99 70 cts; some fat heifers at 3 cts.. ranging from 20 to 240 a pound. via Memphis and the Will be at Miller Housu Mt and a lot of butcher stuff at 2 cts. Horse meat is u1m wored up into .W. H. Leonuid sold Cotton 'Belt sijoute, eruon' during all Circuit Courts. J. M. Richart sold to L. Bridge- - sausage 'Sam Forsythe 19 head of extra is that the Cotton Belt is from forthfor Simon Wiehl, of Chicago, TO twenty - five to fifty miles shorter export cattle at $5.25 and 10 at fading cattle at 4 rents; also sold 5 50 ill Joh, Kobiil&on 50 sliotes at 5 cents for November delivery. thanvtother routes. $4.85 ' U PAN-AMERICL i,V19Va t. Attorney-at-La- w ' a pound; nho sold 13 calves at $12 Owingsville Outlook. saving in distance - Ol Ben Saudrs X II a"d $13 a liad "iU klJisi makes a. corresponding sav MT. VERNON. KY. G. Duncan & Son are at pres- - j,oullt of Charles Robinson .soo L. is ing in time. d horse, barrels ol com to delivered the first BSTOFFICE on Church St., Op exit caring for a Cctton Etlt tnliu any Pullmia 1 posite Court House. the property of Co!umbus"ROft'fc of next April and the first of July Slteprs tt r.ljht, Pailcr Ctfo Cut at $3 a barrtl. Hanod&burg Deni The' animal was bom without a dutlns v day od Free Clulr Cut both lUy mi night. right foreleg, but gets abjut atajocrat' Write rd tell u whre you en v L. ' going and when you will leave, and R. lively clip on the three legs he has. Fire al Tirre Haute caused a we will tell you tin exact cost of ATTORNEY-AT-LAMr. Rone brought the horse to loss of $25,000., t, a ticket end send you a complete - olio Kentucky Mt. Vernon, s schedule lor the trip. We willboo!:, V BEST LINE tend you an Interesting little Up stairs iu old "A Tup tu Texas." III ML,". tZSL1 '. r ..: s U brick hotel opposite Court house WW A Wr"'' F.R.nTm.T.P.,a3tkuU,C!:i . TO Special attention given to colL VT.lilSUliMl.U.r.m 1.1, SLIMS, B). SEiW V' j&lith lections. 'rJ&I .tej'AtsSL''. COURT CALENDAR. Stopk and Crop . Headquarters for Commercial Men. srmD mw, fc The Veranda The I Alwavs Hotel Mt Vernon .Hive, No T. . I Bears the Signature 49.. f Km 4c. otic. Hotel Frith Bodhead, K. O. T. M. Tent, fur-lunch- es jjvJr For Over I Thirty Years gowder Franci?co MYERS, DENTIST, 4c, JBillnt iilH&l I Kw 4c. S, - The Short est Route Texas. "Big AN our BUFFALO ROUTE R,G. Willi ams, ' 13 1 Wm "-r11 ,t I EXPOSITION I f I JHIASCW Jli&his' - three-legge- ' BROWN JKS-OFFI- A l--l t Indianapolis, Peoria and v- C. C. Attorney-atLaw, Williams, MT VEHNON, ICY On Attention, Good Dressers! 'KfjrLlifefrr k I 77' -"' Chicago. 2rd. floor of ffi Infoksiation cheerfully fur- The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church given nished on application at City Ticket street. Special attention Office "BIG FOUR," No. 213 to collections. Fourth Avenue, or write to S. J. GATES, 1 Wo wore qulfo fortunate In Gocutin.fi tho exclusive right for this vicinity to toJio orders for tho famous tailor- ing ol STRAUSS BROS,, iMKao 'M iFL&SiK'W G. W. . Mcci.ure. J. W. Brown. General Agent, Louisville, Ky. McCLURE & BROWN Attorneys-aULawMt. Vernon, Ky. , All business entrusted to our care will , receive prompt attention. Office room No. 8 in the old Brick Hotel. MM Chicago. Wo o.ro now displaying tholr nowost samples of Fino Woolens, and wo urgo ovory ono Interostod in good clothes to call and inspect them Straues Bros. mafro the hind of clothos you llko to wear a. ecu r- jMN etely tailored, perfect fitting. distinctively above thoordin- ary, yet prices arc no higher For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5, 1901, w'U be distributed to paticns Of the Weekly Enquire as follows: For Noaro3t Correct Guecs $G,000 '. : .'. For Socoud. Nearest Correofc Gucoa 3.000 " " " Third I.. 1(500 " " Fourth " " " " Fifth " " Sixth " " " " " Sovonth 11 Nozt 20 euoh 0100 ancruntinKto.: 11 " " 100 " 60 11 i " . an 200 " 11 " 1,000 " " 10 11 " " 3,000 " li A total of 4,397 prlaoe, arnountinrr to In case of tie guesses, prize equally divided. " 11 . 11 5000 15,300 50,000 1,000 f,00 400 JJOO 2.000 10000 &.000 than ?s&& you have paid for Interior goods. Strauss Bros. Furniture and Undertaking. A full and complete stock. All $Piy guarantee satisfaction and llvo up to it. and wo unhool- trvtlnjilv back it. The Total Vote of Ohio b 795,631 1891 was 1892 " 801,026 1893 " 835,604 Contest closes November o? 1901. 1894 1895 " " 776,819 046,996 1890 1897 1008 1899 1000 ""j " " " " 920,87a1,040,121 1,020,107 864,022 793,10 - Sold by COX BROS. tnMirMttM'H'tJtJJ Guess what it will be in 1901. New Fast -- Train tK! orders filled promptly. Motto: Best goods and lowest prices. TO- COLORADO PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday, May 19th. The new train will leave St. Louis 9.00 a. m. daily the evening train to same points, 10. 10 p.m. daily Through sleeping car service between St. Louis, San Francisco aud Northwestern points. Only line that does a twice daily. Excursion tickets now on sale. For further information, address R. T. G. Mdtthews T. P. f. Louisville Ky. H.'Cr T0WNSEND, Gen'l Pass'r and Tkt. Agt., St. Louis. J. A. Mullins Livingston, - & Son. 1 '.:lifijTt,.lnlttMwhrlTiitfJtMtl''ttittr'titnl''ltiiitMHirlt An additional prize of $3,000 for any person making an exactly correct guess. If there be more than one exactjy correct guess, the $6,000 to be equally divided among them. Tho Oonditlortn are: 01. 00 for a yoar'e subacrlption to tho Weekly (Successors to Dlunkeuship & Mulling,) Enquirer oiitltlca such oubscrlbor to ono gueea. 810.00 for tea yearly subscriptions oocuroo ten guoBscs. 810.00 for ono subscription ten years securer ton guossoa. - UTAH Kentucky. No commissions or extra guesses. For further- particulars see Weekly Enquirer. Send all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY, Cincinnati, O. WUlim FurnlBlicd HOTEL. Convon-lance iwrnmy vamp Uat wltH every &A,rml vwm M b yjBWr ' Vm fstoffi R m " unci Comfort. ,$?$' I 11 IU 'n r n n ll V 1 t S L T I S , 'EtL 'EM THE TELEPHONE WILL rANSMIT n S.C. FRAMKUN, I cssaa 0s from Mt. "' J Wffljjjfflfa W. T. Tubbs, Prop. Livingston, Ky. Sample rooms lor Commercial men. Insurance of all linrlo KlUUb Au explosion of gas in the Spring Gulch Mine, near Glenwood Springs, Col., caused the death of six men. The Rev. James A. Wildman was tarred and feathered by a mob at Huntington. Iud., because he had made uncomplimentary reCall at the Siannl marks concerning President Mc-- , offico Mt Vernon. K; ley. 11 WMMMMHMMWMMWMMI mJ College Massey Business You should tolCo n Courso at tho & III W$W "WHY J 4 WATCHMAKER, Mt. Vernon, Ky. DO all kinds repairing, gold and Vernon to Cor- - LOUISVILILE, KY. 1. l1 II !! ii MJLJ.LL J lUU mhiH ii 2. 3. v t M 5. t lo place our irrsuir.atc in poet long paying not less than $45.00 per ' month immediately upun trraduaiion. , . V.' pav stiicUM!!' ritir id fare to Louisville. V.'i- - i.tiiiJ. upon irrdinKo'i. uwrv cept of tuition paid tQ us if the " -".rud. pin- - V v)t iijUriin-r't- l It Is'the lending Commercial School in Kentucky. 7ts courses' of study nre thorough and systematic. A written contract, bached ly n special deposit of $r,ooo,o6 is giren London, ilazel Patch, Livingston, Tine Hill. Brush Wildie, Creek, Langford, Brodhead, W;i bd, Level Green, llanford. Crab Orchard, Stanford, Lancaster and all central Kentucky points at low rates. Old newspapers for sale at this . , office, 25 cts per hundred;.''-- ' BlfSSTOij 38 bin, silver soldering cat fit. Eyes fitted. Call at .my drugstore, aud neatly done, at neatly done; rings tested and glasses shop, at Wesley's have your work reasonable prices. eSTINSURANCE. Safe, reliable prompt in adjusting losses. and WrV' i'"f . - for if.lefi - I "' 'i,,tl? . nnd (i-t'.- J-. vf ij..!..:i...;.... Ccb: nis'iounts . E. S. Auiright, pffice. ,kj.-,- ,..;..(. ;..;..j... 'v. ? Ji. ', A-- ' . WW